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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


MONEY TALKS-Let's kp
it where we can speak with-t
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantel
? .- J


ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Costin Says Current


Reapportionment


Plan Best for Gulf


Representative Cecil Costin, Jr., talked before ,the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday on the proposed Constitutional amendment ,to be voted on by
the people of Florida on November 3 of this year, dealing with the
problem of reapportionment of representation in the Florida House
and Senate.
Costin was appointed at a recent caucus of the House of Reprq-
sentatives in Jacksonville as a member of the committee in this Sena-
torial' District to urge the people' to support this Constitutional amend-
ment. He discussed with the Kiwanis Club, the history of reapporion-
ment in Florida and the intricate problems involved in dealing with
this ,problem along with the practical advantages to Gulf County in
adopting this amendment. .m
This Constitutional amendment .... ....... *.-<'.
was adopted by the 1959 session of .
the Legislature with only five dis-
senting votes in each the House
and Senate.
Formulas Varied Over Years ;
He' stated that from a 'historical .," ;. .
standpoint, the Legislature of Fibir-
:da -has provided in many Consui-'
Lutional amendments a new form -: ,
ia for determining the number of
House and Senate seats. The first .
provisions .for House membership ..
and Senatorial Districts were made .
in 'the 1838 'Convention held in old
St. Joseph and became effective
when Florida became a State in II
1845 when there were 16 Senatorial
Districts established and 41 mem-
bers of the House of Representa- I
itives. At that time, the population
of Florida was concentrated in '
North Florida. 2 1
In the 1861 Constitutional Con- CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
vention; the number of Senatorial
Districts was increased to 29 and Starts
'the number of Representatives to Costin Woarts Work
59. This went into effect in 1865 On New Building
when ,the number of counties in- O UIng 4
creased from '20 to 39. C. G. Costing .started work this
Changes were also made in the week on a new building to house
1868 Constitution and the 1885 the Costin's Department Store here
Constitution. in Port St. Joe.
A Constitutional amendment was
provided in 1923 wb'h i airvs us The building will be'of cement:
our present formula of 38. Senators block and brick and will have a
-and 95 Represen.tatives. modern porcelain ,over aluminum
Provides For Increase
The proposed Consti-utiona[ and glass front. The building will
amendment to bep oted on Novem- be 60 by 90 feet and will occupy
bher 3, 1959, provides for an increase the entere vacant corner next to
in the House from 95 to 103. the present Costin's store. The
Costin stressed the fact that this 'new building will be centrally
proposed amendment was ,he beat heated anid air-conditioned.
obtainable for Gulf and Calhoun Costin 'says he expects the .new
Counties since this amendment building to be completed by Decem-
places them in a Senatorial Dis- her 1. E. F. Gunn Construction
trict together, and eliminates Wash- Company is the contractor.
ington and Bay County from this
District. Costin said that accord- Play In Marianna At 8:30 P
ing Ito the 1958 estimated popula-
tion of the present District of SH ARK S
Gulf, Bay, Washington and Cal- SHARKS
1ou'n, our District has a popula-
tion of 91,200. I the proposed WILL RAMS
amniendment is adopted, our District By WLL RAMS9-Y
would only have 16,700 with an es- The St. Joe Sharks travel 'to
timated population of 8,900 or Marianna 'tomorrow night for their
Gulf and 7,00 .for Calhoun. third game -of 'the season 'and seec-
Will Favor Gulf ond Conference contest. The
ostin said there ,are several Sharks will be meeting their tough-
est test of 'the young football sea-
practical reasons why, the Gulf son when they tackle ,the always
County people 'should turn out and big and 'tough Bulldogs from Mar-
vote for ,this amendment other than ianna. The Jackson County team
the reason that our District ,will .has yet to win a game thus far
be reduced from 91,200 population this season but their opponents
to 16,700. He ,poinltd out from a have been of top notch calibre.
standpoint of practical politics They lost a very close game to;
that the Senate had always recog- Leon High of Tallahassee in their
nized seniority on the basis of a season opener, '-and in their last
Senator being in a position to serve outing ,they lost to Choctawhatchee
more than one term. A good exam- 19 to 0, so you can bet your con-
ple of this seniority and prestige federate money they will be out
was the fact that Jackson Oounty,. to wallop the Sharks. If the locals
which has a Senator 'of its own, play like they did against DeFun-
managed to take 'away-.from Wash-i iak Springs, that will take some
ington County itg District Highway doing.
Patrol Station and take away from The game in Marianna will
Bay County the District Beverage start 'at 8:30 p.m., Port St. Joe
Ofifce. Costin said this was thru time.
no fault.of our present Senator for SURPRISE WIN
this District, but that it was mere- The Sharks surprised everyone
ly a matter of 'practical politics in but themselves last Friday night
,that the other Senators knew that as they ran over and completely
our Senator was a rotating Senator subdued a good DeFuniak Springs
among four counties and that the ,team by a 33 to 6 .score. In a game


Senator f r o m Jackson 'county
would in all probability return and
be in a position to repay any fa-
vors granted .:Jm by other Senators
from non-rotating Districts.
Costin also stated that if the
present formula was not changed
to provide for 44 Senators and it
was necessary 'that reapportion-
m'eqt be accomplished from the
present 38 limitation, Gulf County
may be placed with four or even
five counties and, In all probabil-
ity, would be in a District compos-
ed of Gulf, Franklin, Calhoun, Li-
berty and possibly Wakulla.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


that was marked with the islail
amount of fumbles and a few fisti-
cuffs, a completely revitalized
Shark team found a scoring punch
that seemed unstoppable as a very
confident Bob Munn 'passed for
three touchdowns and Jimmy Wil-
der .passed for one. Munn .com-
pleted nine out -of 15 passes and
end David Musselwhite was the
target -for seven of the completions.
Musselwhite racked up 142 yards
,and 'scored 19 points for the best
effort by one player we have seen
in a long time.
After taking 'the opening kick-
off and moving down within the
Braves 15, the Sharks fumbled the


Business Women's

Week
SAs members of The St. Joseph
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Club and of The National
Federation of Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Clubs, may
we direct your attention to 1959
"National Business W o m en's
Week", October 4 through Oc-
tober 10.
All over our state, and all over
America, hundreds of Business
and' Professional women's clubs
are calling on their hometown
friends and business associates'
to celebrate this week. May .we
Invite your attention to "Nation-
al Business Women's Week".
We feel that this is an occa-
sion to express confidence in the
American way of life, in our
country, our state and our home-
town and its citizens. According-
ly, our theme for "National Busi-
ness Women's Week this year is
'A Right Turn to a Confident
Future."
-MINERVA MaLANE
'Preisdent of St. Joseph
Business and Professiopal
Women's Club
RUTH HAMMOND
Chairman of Public
Relations
--.--.-----

Stone Has Auto
Stolen Saturday


Silas R. Stone, local attorney,
had his car stolen Saturday night
of last week. Stone and his wife
had left their 1959 Pontiac parked
near the Chato and had .driven off
with friends. Upon their return,
the car had been driven off by
thieves.
The automobile was located Sun-
day afternoon near Apalachicola.
The spare tire and three -,.other
.tires hba, been stolen from the car.
At press time yesterday afternoou.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959


NUMBER 1


Referendum Will Poll Voters





Concerning Voting Machines


R. H. Ellzey Named To River Planning

And Development By Congressman Sikes


COLUMBIA, Ala. Resouces-
minded men 'in Alabama, Georgia
and Florida have united in a drive
for river development of the Chat-
tahoochee Valley.
Goal of 'the Chattahoochee Valley
Planning -and Development Commit-
tee, created at a meeting Wednes-
day of last week, is -eventual navi-
gation on the Chattahoochee, Flint
and Apalachicola rivers.
Sonie'300 persons from .25. cities
ar, ..i 6 ns iq "ithe 'tri-tstate area. in-
cluding: congrei.smje legislators
end municipal officials, kicked off
the campaign to promote the val-
ley's water resources.
Attending the meeting from Port
St. Joe were City Commissioners
R. H. Ellzey, and I. C. Nedley and
City Auditor and Clerk, R. W. Hen-
derson.
On hand were such, dignitaries
as Rep. George Andrews (D-Ala.),
Rep. Bob Sikes (D-Fla.), Rep. J. L.
Pilcher (D-Ga.), and Alabama's Lt,
Gov. Albert Boutwell and House
,Speaker Clarie's Adams.

Troop 47 To Raise
Money Selling Dinners
The Boy Scouts of Troop 47 in
Port St. Joe will be serving meals
to shiftt workers at the ,paper mill
.v-ery Wednesday dur:'-., ihe'month


E. B. Wakefield, mayor of this
southeast Alabama community, was
selected committee chairman.
Serving with him will be 19 com-
munity leaders including these
from Florida: Newt Creekmore,
Franklin County; R. H. Ellzey,
Gulf; J. C. Raney, Jackson; Wooed-
row Altman, Calhoun and J. C.
Gissendaner, Gadsden.


Students Name
'Citizens of Month'

By BO WILLIAMS
The "Citizen of the Month" award
sponsored by the Port St. Joe High
School Student Council'picked Its
first candidates 'of. ,the year this&
week.
Students with high citizenship-
marks were nominated by the fa-
culty with the student body elect-
ing 'the final choice.
Junior High nominees were: Mike
Carbonn'efu, Heleneve R u t land,
Sandra Baxley and Carol Reed.
Senior high nominees were: Bob-
by Burkett, Connie Chason and Di-
anna McKnight.
Mike Carbonneau was elected
"Citizen 'of the Month", from 'the
Junior High.


Question Will Be On


November 3 Ballot


Gulf County Commission Chairman, George W. Cooper told
The Star this v,eek that the County will attach a refendum ques-
tion to the November 3 State Reapportionment ballot. The local
question M ill ask an opinion of the voters on whether or not they
favor the county purchasing voting machines.


Negro Is Guilty

In Murder Charge
Local Negro, George W. Hill was
found guilty of second degree umur-
der Tuesday in Circuit Court.
Hill was: charged. with the mur-
der iof Peter Bass, Jr., on April 11
at the Kingfish. Cafe here in Port
St. Joe.
The trial la.,,,ia some three hours
with Hill defending himself. The
jury found Hill guilty after a short
deliberation.
Tihe court furnishes an attorney
.only when the accused is being
*tried .for a capital offeiise. Hill was
being tried for ,second degree mur-
der and .-a defended himself.

Cub Pack Meeting
Pncnnnst oned for, W


the culprits 'had not been caflght. of October, it was announced 'this Bobby Burkett a.- eli.a..ted frpm r M, -
----- -- week. th(, Senior High. Cub Scout Cubmaster,,R.. Ell-
Tom McDaniel Says' The meals will be delivered to The last month of school, Athe zey announced this week that the
The Fish Are Biting 'the mill and will sell for $1.00 per student body will elect a "Citizen Cub Pack meeting slated for this
.plate. The menu will be barbecue of the Year". The annual "Citizen" Thursday night has been postponed.
'Wildlife Officer Thomas McDan- (chicken and the .trimmings. will be chosen from those picked The Pack meeting will be- held
!ell told The Star Tuesday of this All proceeds from 'the sale of din- each month. next Thursday, October 8 'at 8:00
week that the water is low and the ners will go to the Boy Scout Jam- p.m. at. the Elementary School.
fish are biting. .According to Mc- boree fund. Visit In Alabama -K
Daniell, the water should continue Those wishing the dinners ito be Mrs. Ellen Kirkland -and Mrs. In Thomasville
to 'fall -according to reports of delivered each Wednesday at 6:30 Elizabeth Montgomery spent last Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geddle left
the first part of this week. p.m. should contact Curtis Ham- week end in Dadeville, Ala., visit- Tuesday morning for Thomasville,
Naturally, 'they're biting, we have mond, Billy Howell or Mrs. Walter ing Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Moore. Mrs. Ga., where Mr. Geddie will under-
to work. Johnson. Moore is Mrs. Kirkland's 'daughter. go .several medical tests.


'.M. St. Joe Time Friday


FAKE FIRST WIN OF SEASON, 33.6


ball and it was recovered by Wal- time, .the Sharks exploded for two
ton. But the Shark 'defense played more TD's ,in -the third quarter. The
like a bunch of demons and refused first came early in 'the period as
-to give the Braves 'a chance to St. Joe capatalized on a Brave
move and they were forced to punt. fumble on their own 40. Munn
The Sharks then 'took 'the ball on racked up two first downs on
the Braves 45 and Munn's pinpoint keeper plays to the Braves 18


passing mnoveu nthe ball down to thne
Braves two where Munn flipped a
short pass to Musselwhite for .the
first score. The Sharks scored
,again in 'the second quarter on an-
other pass from Munn to Mussel-
white that covered 27 yard's.


where he ound 'the range on-e
again to Musselwhite for another
TD. Walton put on :their only ser-
ious 'drive in the third as they
were able to break the Inspired
Shark defense and drive for their
only score 'on 'a quarterback keep-


With to 0 at half- er play around the left end. The


Braves kicked off with Willie Dan- halfback Nelson Hall for the Shark
iell receiving. Daniell hauled in final score.
the ball on the Sharks 25, trotted Many words can and have been
around a little bit sizing up 'the 'aid about the way .the Shark of-
situation, then reversed his field fense worked so smoothly after
and high4ailed it -down the left ,their 'disastrous start in their first
sideline .for a dazzling 75 yard game with Apalachicola but in our
touchdown run that brought down 'oinion the Shark line played the
-the 'stadium. best game we have ever seen .a St.
The last score came midway in ,Joe line play. Tackles Ed Bobbitt
the -last quarter. The Sharks had and Terry Porter were something
the ball on the Braves 12 yard line to behold- as- they just wouldn't
when Munn .tossed a pitchout 'to give an inch through t'he middle.
halfback Jimmy Wilder who pitch- Jimmy Redd played a fine game at
ed a perfect strike to sophomore guard and sophomore guard Court-
n ?y M'artin, who was filling for in-
-: jured Pat O'Brian, played like a
seasoned veteran as' he made sev-
Iri val unassisted tackles in the mid-
Ste of the line. As usual ends Da-
vid Musselwhite, Buddy Ward and
I .lenn Alligood handed in their
usual stellar 'performances. Anoth-
er sophomore, Chesley Vensom left
little 'to be desired as, he backed
Iup .the Shark line like a pro 'and
turned in a beautiful performance
running fullback in his first 'try
with the varsity team. Jimmy Daw-
.G son 'turned in an outstanding de-
fensdve effort from his secondary
post as 'did Bob Burket 'and Willie

sparkling running play. Munn's
0 ~ passing arm left nothing to be de-
A--- sired and he seemed to size up the
situation all through the game to
lead 'is 'team to victory. Howard
Lovett kept the Braves off balance
n all night with his linebacking du-
ties.


QUA-lRIbEHbA-K BOB MiUNN picks up orneof his mari gaiiis last Friday right against \\-'lton
High of DeFuniak Springs. Munn ran and passed to defeat the Walton Braves 83 to 6 for
the Sharks first Conference win of the year. (Star photo)


THE YARDSTICK


St. Joe Walton
151 ...... Yards rushing ............ 155
159 ....... Yards passing------- ............ 14
12 --..-- First downs .............. -11
10 --- Passes attempted ---- 7
10 --..-- Passes completed '3
40 --- Yards penalized --...- 85
2 .-.... Fumbles lost .....--- 2...


The machines are designed to
facilitate the speed up of voting in
precincts and give an instantaneous
total after 'the polls close.
According to information gather-
ed from the office -of 'the lerk of
the Circuit Coitit, George Y. Core,
.the Comm ision has been approach-
ed by a voting machine company
which has offered ot sell the coqun-
ty the machines for around $1,800
each plus six percent interest on
any financing.
According to Core, 'the voting
machine company recommends a
machine for every 500 voters in a
precinct. There are at present six
precincts in Gulf County that have
cver 500 voters. Some of these
precincts--at least two would need
more than one machine, at the re-
commended capacity.
Precincts with over 500 voters
are Highland View, .the .three Port
St. Joe 'precincts and ,the two We-
wahichka precincts.
Core said besidesthe convenience
the machines wout'" sae "'. sal-
aries of one shift of workers at
each of the -precincts mentioned.
This would be a saving Of about
$360.00 per election. "
There is nothing binding about
'the Referendum. The Commisaton
is using the means to poll the eel-
ing of the voters toward the ma-
chines.
-K

Letter Writing Week
October 4 through 19
The 22nd annual Letter Writing
Week will be celebrated in Port
St. Joe, during the week of Octo-
her 4 to 19, it was announced this
week by Postmaster Chauncey Cos-
tin. "I am sure we are all aware
that a personal letter is, next to
an actual visit, the most intimate
and economical means each of us
has to communicate with our fel-
low human beings. Accordingly, I
urge everyone to 'write today to
those away' ".
Posters, depicting a mailman in
a new. postal vehicle called the mail-
ster, will be displayed in post of-
fices throughout, the country and
on postal vehicles. Letters are aun
to 'send and exciting to receive so
do your part and make someone
happy during this week.
Postmaster Costin stated that
the special week should .serve as
a reminder 'to write long-overdue
letters 'to servicemen, hospitalized
patients, foreign acquaintances,
faraway friends and relatives and
others who will welcome a personal
letter.

Kiwanis Club Picks
Officers For 1960
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
has 'elected its new slate of officers
for the year 1960.
Elected were 0. C. Dykes, presi-
dent; Harold Odum, Vice-President
and Tom Alsobrook, Secretary-
Treasurer.
The new officers will' take office
at 'the -first meeting in January,
1960.

Woods Schedules Last
Auction For Saturday
Edward J. Woods, owner of the
IGA Foodliner reminds residents of


Port St. Joe that Saturday will be
the last auction to be held in a
series in the local -super market.
Woods said 'the auction will get
underway at 3:00 p.m. and urges
all who have Joe Dough to bring
the bundle to IGA and Join In the
bidding.


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


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SS dent, gave Ah Interesting kM iin- NAMED BUSINESS MANAGER
First Baptist ChurCh Wh vW Circles spring report on her visit to the OF GCCC YEAR BOOK STAFF
I state college, Stetson University,
ld Rt r Weekly Meetines Land- Dean Glass, a 1959 graduate
Hold Regular Weekly IMeeings The business followed with draw- St. Joe High School, has been s
ling names ,for the circles for the elected business.manager of the a
The WMS of the First Baptist program chairman, Mrs. L. W. Cox. new. year. Mrs. W. J. Daughtry dis, nual yearbook staff at Gulf Coa
Church met .at the church Monday The scripture was taken from missed the meeting with prayer. Community College, Panama Cit
afternoon at 3:00, for the last meet- Zachariah 4:6-8 with the theme be- Circles were selected as follows: The staff was selected by the ,ed
ing of the year, with 21 members ing, "Not By Power, or Might, But CIRCLE ONE tor of the'yearbook and the fact
present. The meeting opened with By Spirit". Prayer was 'led by Mrs. Mrs. W. 3. Daughtry, chairman; ty advisor, Roger Solomon.
,all singing, "Our Beat". 'W. 0. Nichols. Mr&. C. G. Costing, Sr., Mrs. W. 0.
The devotional was given by the Mrs. C. E. Martin, the WM-S pres- Nicho s, Mrs Cliff Ellis, Mrs Edwin a Ms W I. Garden
Johnson, Mrs Emory Stephens, Mrs. AUXILIARY OFFICERS
Clifford Tharpe, Mr s. Charles Sunbeam director, Mrs. JamE
Spears. Mrs. Rush OChism and Mrs.
ViSIT w.s. Queres. Wilson.
VI SYT W. S. Quarles. A Director, Mrs. W. 0. Hor
CIRCLE TWO ard.
Mrs. Roy Irwin, chairman; Mrs. Counselor: Mrs. J. H. Chason.
THE COMMUNITY BANK T. E. Parker, Sr., Mrs. W. S. Jr. G.A. Counselors: 9 *and "
THE COMMUNITY BASmith, Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, Mrs. year, Mrs. Emmett Daniell an
B. W. Wilder, Mrs Perry Elliott, Mrs. Inez Arant.
LET'S BUILD A BETTER PLACE To LIVE Mrs J. A. Garrett, Mrs. P. W 'Pet- 12 'and 13 counselors: Miss
ty, Mrs. James Wilson and Mrs. vian Stephens 'and Mrs.' Robe:
Mary Lee Bracewell. Montgomery.
Wrra CIRCLE THREE Intermediate GA, 14-16 yea
Mrs. Otis Pyle, Chairman; Mrs. Counselors: Mrs. W. L. Durant an
W. C. Pridgeon, Mrs. Richard Satun- Mrs. Perry Elliott.
ders, Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham, Sunbeam leaders: 8 yr. Mrs. Sa
F L O A T A T |Mrs. W. J. Belin, Mrs. Terry Hi- alh Smith. 7 yr. old, Mrs. Betty Su
L R I A Bnote, Mrs L W Cox, Mrs. E S. Mar- Anchors; 8 yr. old, Mrs. Jessie Rul
L BA lowe and Mrs. Anna Adlams Ramsey and 6 yr. old, Mrs. Sara
I CIRCLE FOUR Herring; 6 yr. old, Mrs. Louis
Mrs. H. F. Ayers, chairman; Mrs. Russ; 5 yr. old, Mrs. Mary Nobles
at Port St. Joe M. H. Chafin. Mrs. C. A. McCl'el- 5 yr. old, Mrs. Bill Summers; 2 ar
Member Florida National Group Member F.D.I.C. lan, Mrs. Grady Keels, Mrs R W 3 yr. olds, Mrs. Evelyn Pattersc
ember Florida NatiHenderson, Mrs. L. Z.-Henderson, and Mrs. Mary Baxley. Refres
.'"; ...* -' .. ,- .... .. .-.. :j Mrs. J. F. Daniell, Mrs. Lonnie Bell, ments: Mrs. Dorothy Levins.
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Vitro Wives Enjoy
Coffee Party
The wives of the Vitro. Weapons
Services employees held a coffee
Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. In the
Sunroom of the St. Joe Motel.
Movies taken at the recent Vitro
party held ait Van Horn's Restau-
rant were shown by Joe Howard
and Don Burkell. Coffee was ser-
ved after the movies. The first or-
ganizational meeting of the Vitro
Wives Club will be held next month
at the home of Mrs. C. W. Mefftord.
Those attending the Coffee were
Mesdames L. T. Arnold, J. A. Ar-
ant, E. D. Harper, J. D. Maddox,
C. W. M'efford, R B Richardson,
B L. Shaw and G. E. Small.
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Gary Pate Observes
Birthday With Party
Gary Pate, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Pate, celebrated his fourth
birthday with a party .at ,the Jack
and Jill- Kindergarten recently.
Twenty-five of Gary's friends
were present and enjoyed birthday
cake, [punch and ice cream.
Gary presented his guests wl%
favors of balloons, coloring books,
,and crayolas.


NNW --


THURSDAY
OCTOBER! 1 I


1 TOR R


$795.00
$995.00


'55 Pontiac Star Chief Coupe $1095.00
'52 Jeep Pick-up, 4-wheel drive $295.'
'54 Ford, 4-dr. ---------$395.00
'58 Vauxhaul, 4-dr. $1395.00
'53 Pontiac, hard top ------$395.00
'56 Chevrolet ----------$1095.00
'55 Pontiac, hard top -- $1095.00


Studebaker -- --- $250.00
Buick $-------------$100.00


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THE STAR, Port StJoe, -Florida 'iTHURODAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959

W. C. Forehand Has'
Birthday Party
On Saturday, September 26, theal
family of William Cullen Forehand '
honored 'him 'With a turkey dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Earnest
on his 94th birthday at his home of Pont St. Joe announce the birth
in Highland View. of a son, Charles Asa, Jr., on Sep-
Guests of honor were Mrs. Fore- member. 20. ,
hand',s two slsters an their hus- Mr. and Mrs. Loyce Ed'ard Tub-
bas, Mr. hands, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pryor berville announce the birth of a
of Font Walton Beach and Mr. and daughter, Marsha Anita on-Septem-
Mrs. William Marler of Destin. Mr. (ber 15.
Marler is also 94 years of age. (All births occurred at the Mu-
Mr. Forehand spent *a very hap- nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe).
py day with his relatives and
loved ones. To Enter. Hospital
A poem, composed by Harry V. Mrs. W. P. Dockery will leave
Forehand, son of the honoree was Friday to enter a hospital' in Pen-
sac a;.
read at the dinner table.
Hurrah for Birthday 941! n -'
We wish you many, many more. Visiting Parents
Poy proved, while gaining A. p. Jackson is visiting this par-
much renown, ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Jackson
..You cannot keep a good man this' week in Birmingham, Ala.[
down.


First Baptists Have
Day of Instruction
Day of instruction for Baptist.
W.M.U. *leaders and members will
be held at te 'First Baptist Church
Friday, Oct. 2, 9:45. Every officer
for the new year is urged to attend
this most important meeting.
There will be conferences on hthe
work and duty of each officer in the
W.M.U, Also conferences 'on hite
work of Y.W.A., G.A., and Sunbeam
will be conducted.
Each person attending is asked
to bring their own sandwiches and
the 'host church will provide the
drinks.
The 'nursery will-be open for this
Meeting.

Stones Have Few
Shark Jackets Left
Jesse Stone,. 'owner of Stones'
Shop for Men, says he has, a few
more Shark .school color jackets
left. Most sizes are still available.
The jackets, are leather and wool
with a nylon-like lining. Stone
says these are quality fabrics and
materials made for long wear.
Cold weather is coming land these
jackets will fill the bill' to keep
that student snug and, warm and
also provide him with the school
colors to wear at all functions.
Come by today and .pick out your
.school color jacket. (adv)


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2. "I'm Gonna Get Married'
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4. "Till I Kissed You"
5. 'Tut Your Head on My
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6, 'just Ask Your Ieart"
7. "Broken Hearted
Melody"
8. "The Three .Bells"
9. "Red River Rock"
10. "Makin' Love"

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Rotarians See Color Slides of Mi"sile 7

Tracking Range Operations Last Week
Rotarians received a pretty Inti- Ing someone ".
iO it .ln The Ca e Sn Be1 lan .L7 M an o -aso


mate peek at 'the m
range operations last
Col. Robrert Burnhian
Force Base gave a c
traded talk of the Eg
ing Range operation
The job of the ra
to Colonel Burnham,
a firing range for an
er of interceptor u
ham said that the
site, being the inftia
tracker from the firi
ta Rosa Island had-
tal part' to play in
6f the range.
The San :Blas'inst
all missiles fired b)
telemetry and camper
the Colonel. "The 8s
ing at San Bias w
$35,000 monthly", .sa
The entire range
ernment $18 million
Col. Burnham. The
taking charge of se
type of missiles in
designed to make f
free operation. To
statement, it was s't
has not been a sin
all missile firings a
plosions since- the
"The safety precaul
mous .undertakings",
onel "and every -prec
is taken to prevent
siles from running


FoWrer Resident Prpomoted

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By Southern Be6 Company
The Southern.Bell Telephone and
Telegraph Company in Ft. Lauder-
dale, has announced that Luther C.
Parrott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Char-


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nothing like a new car-and no compact car like this de luze Corvair 700.


Here's the car created to con-
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low-priced compact Corvair.
The product of nine years of
research and development at
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ride and 6-passenger comfort
you're used to in a big one.
The key to this small miracle:
America's first and only
modern rear-mounted alumi-
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that's so revolutionary it can
be packaged with the trans-
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one compact unit.
By putting the engine in the
rear, Chevrolet has made the
floor practically flat, front
and rear. There's plenty of
foot room for everybody, in-
cluding the passengers in the
middle.
Shifting engine weight to the
rear also makes for smoother,
easier compact car handling
and gives glued-to-the-road
traction on ice, mud or snow.
Corvair's size-some 5 inches
lower, 2% feet shorter and
1,300 pounds lighter than
conventional sedans-makes
it a joy to jockey through
busy streets, a pleasure to
park (no need for power
assists). Its revolutionary
Turbo-Air 6 gets up to 30%'
more miles on a gallon of


America's only car with an airplane-
type horizontal engine!. America's
only car with independent suspen-
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car with an air-cooled aluminum

engine!


The engine's in the rear where it
belongs in a compact car!


engine's air-cooled, you never
have to fuss with antifreeze,
you get quicker warmup with
ess wear on parts even on the
coldest mornings (even heat
for passengers comes quicker
-almost instantly-from an
airplane-type heater*).
Yet, wonderfully practical as
all this sounds, you'll find the
most practical thing of all


dealer's the man to see for
all the short, sweet details.
REVOLUTIONARY TURBO-AIR 86
Gets up to 30% more miles on
a gallon, needs no antifreeze,
provides quicker warmup with
less wear on parts.
ONE-PACKAGE POWER TEAM
Wraps rear engine, trans-
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into one compact lightweight


STYLING-PURE AND SIMPLE
Clean, uncluttered lines shape
both 4-door models-the de luxe
Corvair 700 and -the standard
Corvair. Each has its own dis-
tinctive trim, and you get more
visibility area than in many
full-sized cars.
FOLD-DOWN REAR SEAT*
Works easily, instantly, adding
to Corvair's versatility by
enlarging rear seat cargo space
to 17.6 cu. ft. "
FLAT FLOOR
Corvair is America's only com-
pact car with a practically flat
floor, the only one with the kind
of relaxing -room that U.S.
motorists are used to.
UNISTRUT BODY BY FISHER
Does away with conventional
frame, incorporating all struc-
ture into a rigid body-frame
unit that gives you more inside
-room with less weight.
UNDER-HOOD LUGGAGE
COMPARTMENT
Trunk's up front (like an ele-
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for groceries, luggage.
4-WHEEL INDEPENDENT
SUSPENSION
There's no conventional axle-
front or rear. Wheels, cushioned
by coil springs, take bumps in-
dependently of each other, for
smooth, road-hugging ride.
*Optional at extra cost



Corvair


0. Bosx 42., Mayo, FlorKa, wb5iis
serving as Agricultural Tield As-
slatant for this area. He can. be
T'ached at the following telephone
number: SWift 4-3171, Mayo.
Applicants or crew leader jobs
must be a United Staes citizen,


'manv 466ai r"'yes Parrotte 'f Port St. Joehas been least 18 Yeara Old, ?Aave access
t Thursday, asI concerned with research as well as le Pa-ott of Port St. oe, lies been ea yre in gv condition
In ufs.li ar .onpns wte, ea_.res a w promoted to the position of Office to an automobile in good condition
Sof Srgln Air .weapons test. At present it is a !wao e and a telephone. They must also
color slide-lllus-pat of a test program concerned M eager in the Wes Palm Beach able to devote full time to the
flin-Gulf Track- I.wi'th 'ProJect Merciury" placing a office. -be able o devote full .time to the
n-GulTrack- wt "Projet Merry" placing a Mr. Parrott graduated from Port job and be in good physical condi-
ge, accord mango At he ini o is ltrted Je High School in 1949. He at- tion. Those applicants meeting ,pre-
nge, according At theal, Col. Bnishohisam iltrated tended one year of Junior College liminary qualifications must pas
is to serve as-talk, Col. Burnham introduced n p S arna; a written test.
ny manufactur- Captain Seldon Vernon .to the club. Ithen raserre o th CaUniversolinay
missiles. Burn- Captain Vernon will be the Air o Florida. Hnsferred to thved our yearsiyNOTICE
Cape San Blas Force officer in charge of the San The Board of County Commis-
al down range Bias installa-tion. n he U. ayin Pensacola, and stoners of Gulf County will receive
ng site at San- Guests of the club were Alvin uon- discharge in 1955 he returned sealed bids -from any person, com-
the mot Cook anama City; George Brad- to the University of Florida and pany or corporation interested In
the mospertion ford, Apalachicola and C GeorgJ. Butt- received his- degree in Business selling the County the following
the operation ford, Apalachicola and J. BuItt- Am.itat -1967 described property:
ram of Cottondale. Adminiration in 1957. 1 1960 model pick-up truck with
Luther, married the former the, following specifications: V-8
tallatlon tracks Glenda McAbee of Spartanburg, S. engine not less than 170 bp.. air-
y radar,- radio Billy-Bapr Honored With .. The Parrobt family includes cooler replaceable. type, oil filter,
theird daughter Sharon. 'avn and heavy duty cooling system, custom
a; according .to Sixth Birthday Party n teir dauher Sharon, 'even and cab, dual electric windshield wip-
7 people work- ty P son David, two. They will live at, ers, dual sun visors and arm rests,
.i earn their Mr. 'and Mrs. H. 0. -B 1622 Tropical Drive in West Palm power steering, power brakes, auto-
,ll earC their Mr. ,and Mrs. H. s.e Brown l on- 2 r Bmatic transmission, heater, rear
id the Colonel. ored .their grandson, .Billy Barr each. bumpers, signal lights and refleo-
cost the gov- with a party on his sixth birthday, tors, 5 670x15 6 .ply tires and
, according 'to September 17 wheels with side mount spare -tire
, cordngo September 17. Census Takers Applications carrier, spot light mounted on left
rhage, while On hand to help Billy celebrate Bein Taken of cab, standard equipment includ-
veral different were Steve Belin, Alford Ramsey, / ing tool. kit and jack, color prefer-
flight, is also John Mahon, Carl 'Money, Rusty red red and white.
'or an acident- Ramsey, Biff Quarles, Tim Ken- Applications pr employment as The Couny will tradeone 1951
testify to this nedy, Jeff Cwden, Mike, Wimberly, crew leaders for the 1959 census of V-1 Ford pickup model RIAT, itle
ated that there Holly Hendrix. Charmaine Kramer, Agriculture in North Florida Con- Truck may be inspected aoe the
gle fatality in Kitty Core, Paula Pareseau, Phyllis gressional Districts .two, three and County garage or by calling Road
nd nuclear ex- Thomason and Kate Robbins. eight will be accepted beginning Superintendent.
tests bbgan. -Little Jannie Shealy and :Holly September 24, it was announced ds will eptember 29rece 195ved unT, a:00
tions are enor- Barr served ice cream, punch, can- this week by tfielddirector, Thonus the office of the Clerk of Circuit
,.aid the Col- dy, gum and the traditional birth- W. McWhirter of .the Census Re1 Court,- Wewahitchka, Florida.
u.tion possible day cake to Billy and his friends. gional Office in Atlanta. The Board reserves the right to
.the -test mis- Persons interested in these jobs Board of County Commisiaon
wild and hurt- &dvertlslng doesn't eo-It PAyV, should notify Levis S. Taylor, P. George W. Cooper, Chmn. 2t


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery. .
Mildred McKenna, Plaintiff
vs.
John Thomas McKenna, Defendant
NOTICE TO John Thomas Mc-
Kenna whose place of residence is
Dewitt Trailer Park, Dewitt, New
York.
On Qr before the 15th day of Oc-
tober, A.D., 1959 ,the defendant,
ohbn Thomas McKenna is requir-
ed to serve upon Benjamin H.D ick-
ens, Plaintiff's Attbrney, whose ad-
dress is 303 Fourth Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
with the Clerk of said Court, the
original of an answer -to the Bill of
Complaint filed against him here-
in. for alimony unconnected with:
divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
teal of said Court at Wewabttchka,
Gulf Counpty, Florida, .this Sth day
of September, A.D., 1959.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-9-10
S----- en ur printriI of qut------
ths Af enD yauprinthsis Ia is. or qiuaite


THE STAR, Port St.-Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, OCtOBER 1, 19,59



HOME REPAIRS
NO JOB TOO LAR~E OR
TOO SMALL R .
Sl J. TAYLOR
REPAIR LOANS UP TO
$2,500.00
36 MONTHS TO PAY
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S J.TAYLOR
:161 LONG AVENUE
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL' 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7145 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"






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lx10x12 .-- 3,000 ft.,
2x6 -- .---..- 2,000 ft.
2x8 2,500 ft.
3x6 3,000 ft.
3x8 1,000 ft.
4x6 2,500 ft.


4x8- 13,000 ft.
4x10d 13,000 ft.
6x6 7,000 ft.
6x8 -:. :-.- 3,500 ft.
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THE STAF, Prt to. J, Flori, a THURSOAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

Have you pondered -ovei' the vast and the Midle East with cheap riad-
s. ms being so feverishl- spent in io sets that- fiot any -family can
the exploration of Outer space and afford. It is because, she hopes to
ask-sd -yourself iff the program real- be able to flo odhtose sets. with her
Publ d Evy Turd At 306 WillIm, A Pert St. Je. Florida ly made sense? Are the millions we special' brand of ,propaganda? On
"By Te Sr Puball send to place -a tiny sphere in or- the other hand, if ithe UT. S. is irat
'WESUT R. BAMSEY Editor and Publisher bit worht all this money ond effort with a TV-satellite in :the sky will
Als Liaote Operator. Ad Ma, Fleer an, Opoi t. d R ad ? Our technological knowledge is we use it to advance truth and ac-
STH- r T M advancing at such a rapid rate that quaint the world ri-th Ameri-ca or
C YEA RIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE INADVANCE THS 27.50 it is difficult for ithe lay mind to will we .flod the sound, waves with
tiered as mcond-di1 matter, Decomber 155i at the Potoffice., -ort St. Joe, durerstand lwbat our scientists are horse -opbers and rock'n ,roll?
Florlda, und Act of Mar c 1,879 up LO. We know., from ithe miegar re-' But Clark tells .us that -the expan-
DIAL BAR L 7-1-. 1 ports that filter -down (to our level, sion of TV and radio communicat-
1O ADVERTISERS-Ia wof error or isions in ad rtIenam, the published that these satellites carry nose Nion is only oe TesuTlit we may ex-
do met hold ,tluable for damage further than rmLcialed for roch ones that contain radir and other pect from the space satellite. It can
eqipnietment designed 'to provide us also expand ;evry other form of co-
e .ea a :. bthol.cont i With information we are told will mmmunication. ,
pokenword is lot; the prted irni rmal* be useful to mankind in 'the years Through its use we 'may provide
-to come. -the world with a telephone system
"? I-n the Septemnber issue of Holi- whereby peoples of the earth will
E j 'ito r i s day magazine, science editor Ar- be -able to communicate with eAch
O, Jl t i-thur C. Clark ,describes in language other by radar -phone anywhere on
the layman. c-a understand, some 'the globe by simply dialing a num-


Segregation Roots Are

Spread Nationwide

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some of the results 'to be looked for
as 'the program progresses. -:
In an artidc aelutilted, "'Faces
From the Sky", Olark visualizes wee
may expect from 'the establishment
of TV-satellite- 22,000 miles above
the earth from. which TV-and radio


Chicago is mthe most presidential segregated city in Ameri- .programs -can .be transmitted with
ca," we are told by the federal governments Commission on Civil ease ,t onay point on the earth, mak-
Rigits. ing it possible for one nation, ,or
: .; ", '- any nation for that matter, possess-
How many times, has the public, at least the Southern pub- ing such a station or stations in -sp-
lic, been acquainted with this type of revealing information .ce to flood the entire globe with
about the segregation practices of the nation's Northern cities propaganda. -
and towns? Anyone with a -radio or TV recei-
ver whether located at the North
How often have we looked behind the voice of Northern Pole or .in the -heart of the Sahara
politicians and other civil rights spokesmen to find the very Desert would be able to pick up
things against which they ranted and preached? Not only have programs clearly from -such a space
we seen the same things they shouted about, but found them station and because -of the charac-
apparent and widespread. ter of the waves employed would
S" .-l hi b ,rnsal t mtnnassihle 't am,'Therer


The fact that segregation, in both schools, residential areas
and elsewhere, exists in the North fully established and accepted,
should indicate some lines of thought and action on the part of
the Eisenhoweradministration and Congress as a whole.
The fact that segregation e.dsts in North and East and West
as well as in the South illustrates that the problem is not one
which will be solved alone by battering at the doors of the
South, even if it succeeds in breaking in and destroying the ac-
cepted social customs.
Problems of racial lines and barriers will not find their solu-
tion in falsely indignant and moralistic pleas uttered by those who
sound the cry against the "bad conditions" in the South.
The ignorance of the Northern public about its own condi-
tions and practices of segregation is just as appalling as the
conditions themselves. Those privileged whites who live far
from the critical areas of large Negro-population concentrations
hide behind the comforting fact that their state has adopted inte-
. gration as a state-wide policy. But if that policy were to affect
great numbers of their schools, as it will in the South, their self-
satfsfaction would dissolve quickly. .
Racial attitudes are decided by individual conscience, regard-
less of external, superimposed "policies The desire to segregate
is a social attitude among all people. It cuts through and across
lines of policy and legislation in spite of surface allegiance to
those policies.
Solution to the integration-segregation problem will not be
realized by politics or legislation. The solution certainly will not
be reached by labeling the South alone as-the sole region in the
nation as practicing segregation of all types.
Recognition of the problem is one thing. Striving for its
solution is another. But failure to see that the problem is nation-
wide in character and that its roots are deeper and more far-
reaching- than the South is to fail altogether.
-- The Florida Times-Union




Voting Machines On The Ballot .

County Commission Chairman George W. Cooper says that
the County will place a question on the November 3 ballot.
.This question will ask the opinion of Gulf County's voters as
to whether or not they desire 'voting machines for the county.
This question of voting machines has been sort of a secondary
topic of conversation in Gulf: County for some time.
The question has been, and still is, whether or not the cost
of thelmachines will be worth the convenience that the machines
will offer.
According to Cooper the machines sell for about $3,000.00
each. There are at least five precincts in the County that will
need the machines if they are purchased three in Port St. Joe
and two in Wewahitchka. Cooper says the Commision hasn't
decided yet on how many machines they will ask for.
The assets of the voting machines will be a savings on a sec-
ond shift of poll holders necessary by law' on the five- large
precincts in question; speed in voting; instantaneous vote tabula-
tion after the polls close and a fool. proof balloting system.
The liabilities are the 3,000 green backs each machine will
cost.-
But, despite the cost, we must realize that the county is grow-
ing. There are considerably more voters registered now than
were registered in the last election. The number increases- with
each election held. The county will almost be forced to purchase
the machines before too many more years pass. While it seems
a pity to tie up $3000.00 in a machine that will be. used only one
day every two years, if appears that the purchase of the machines
is inevitable.
We are in favor of voting machines, but we would like for
the County Commission to make the financial status of the coun-
ty more public before we advocate their purchase at this time.


would be no ,longer an iron curtain.
as far as radio and TV communi-
ation is-concerned.
Russia 'has ben supplying Asia


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ber oan gadget no larger than a
wrist watch.
Nowhere on earth could a person
become lost -or out 'of touch with
his fellow man -as .his radir-watch
would give 'him his position anddi-
-rection and 'he could summon .aid in
case of emergency no matter where.
'e happened to be.
Another startling ,possibility the
author foresees is the ,eransmisslon.
of -mail by a sort of radar-teletype.
Such a letter would be written or
-typed on- a special message blank
provided by your. local post office.
The -letter or message.. would be
transmitted much in the sam-e man-
ner photographs &re transmitted
today by wire. Machines on the sat-
ellite would pick up the message
and send it to the addressee whoever
he happened to be located. The re-
ceiving -office would automatically
reproduce the letter just as it was
written by the sender and it would
then b'e delivered to the addressee.


Lea Punt Is Sophomore
At Wheaton College
Leonard Corhelis Punt, son of
Mr. and; Mrs. H. M. Pulnt.formerly
of Port St. Joe has enrolled as-a
sophomore student -at Whea.ton Qpl-
lege (Ill.) for ,the 1959-60 academic
year.- He attended Port St. Joe Hi

All ,this sounds: fanta-6cit but sci-
encetist Clark assures us that there
is. nothing impossible or complic-
-ated about it. He states that every-
thing he has 'described in his ama-;
zing artical will result from the. ap-
plication of existing ,techniques,
merely ,made world wide by ithe use
of satellite relays.
When will this happen? Glarkes-
timates progress will be rapid from
now on with accomplishment with-
in 20 or 30 years.


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McDaniel Clan Sets leuni'on

'The McDaniel clan will again as- of (the old -fashioned pots will be upon the table. There will Ei aL
semble on October 4 at 12:3.0 p.m. opened, where the chicken pies, hundred or so hungry McDaniels
for .the third conclave. dumipling.s and all sorts of 'hte best present to eat it.
Shortly after gathering, the first will begin ito roll out and be set There wilt not be a fancy or


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
,Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship --- 6:15 p.m.'
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


SYou Are Cordially Invited To Attend

long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __-6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP '7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


fashionable -speaker to be heard or
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T'HE STAR, Port St. oe, Pi6Mdi THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959
Junior Grid Team .... .
Junior Grid Team Sth and Sth grade te ,am. will
Loses Season Opener ply Evrett-Junr iereto-
Vni94gt. The Tth grade ,leams will
ot S J Hih play. a Intra-Squad *game beginn-
Port St. Joe's Junior High Foot- ing at 6 O'Clock. The ext home
ball Team opened their 1959 Foot- i be Tuesday lgt a 7:30
Wedn ay niht against Blounstown Janlor High.
against Jinks Junior High School ...


relativesg-and friends to reminisce Panama City. The game was played
on. the good old days, swapping on- Wednesday night -so as 'not to


yards of yesteryear..
The McDanfels came from Ire-
land, (to Virginia and then on .to
Wewabhlitchka in the then etrirtory
of Florida.
Thomas.McDaniel of Wewahitch-
ka is chairman of the get-together.

John Barrier Is
Graduate Student
John Staton Barrier. .son of .Wr.
and Mrs. W. W. Barrier. Point St.
Joe bas enrolled as a .graduate
aruden't at Wheaton college; (Ill)
for the 1959-60) academic year.. He
atendedl Port St. Joe high school,
Point. St. Joe, Fla. and is studying
for the Minlstry.,
Located In suburban Wheaton, 25
miles, west of Chicago, Wheaton
college .attracts .students from -all
over the United States. Students
from 35 Foregin countries lend a
cosmopolitan 'atmosphere to -the
campus, where .the enrollment Is
limited 'to 1600 undergraduates and
100 students in the Graduate school
and semifiary.


V1t YV -..from oia


Another fresh one from Pontiac!

The inspired beauty of perfect proportion!
The precision control of Wide-Track Wheel Design!

The softer ride of supple suspension! -
TheTwide choice of vigorous Tempest V-8 Engines
tailored to-economy or high performance!


conflict with-,the high cools' P.T.A.
meeting that was scheduled for
Thursday night.
The Junior Sharks -were defeated
by a score of 21-0 by a much bigger


CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Invetmients With
Giant Returns-


Jinks Junior High School. IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S
The Junior Sharks offrrense just COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
wouldn't get started against', theP IN PROBATE.
much larger team from Panama IN RE: Estate of
City. However, the Junior Sharks LAURA JEAN STEVENS,
Deceased.
plyaed a rugged defensive game NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
with Gone Tindell, Jonny Chaf n, FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
Clifford Wimberly, Sam Binlon,Jim- OF ADMINISTRATRIX
my Johnson, and Larry Griner, ma- TO ALL WHY CONCOMERN I
king fine tackles. i -.. Notice is hereby given that I
The Junior Squad has been work- bave filed my final returns as ad-
ing hard to improve their offense ministratrix of the estate of Laura
Jean Stevens, deceased; that e I
and-,are waiting o redeem ,them- have filed my petition for final
selves for this defeat. discharge, and that I will apply to
The 8th and 9th grade ,team will the Honorable Sam P. Husband,
'play Everett Junior High here .to- County Judge fo Gulf County, Flor-
nlht at 70 Ida, on October 19, 1959, for appro-
night t 7:30. val' of the same and for final dis-
In 'the ,preliminary ,game of two charge 'as administratrix of the eas
seventh grade teams, -the Reds de- tale of Laura Jean Stevens, de-
feated the Whites by a score of 12- ceased.
September 10, 1959.
0. Al Cathy, passingg ,to Philip Ivey, is/ Mabel G. Christmas
.scored the Red team's -two touch- Administratrix of the Estate
downs. Outstanding for -the White of Laura Jean Stevens,
.team were Billy Weager at .Quar- s/ Cecil G. Coined.
*terbacl and David Young at Full- Attorney for Adminlstratrix 4t


The car craftsmen who developed Wide-Track Wheels, the innovation
that brought a new standard of roadability to the American passenger
car, present another fresh original for 1960!

With clean, crisp lines they've composed a delightful rightness
of form with unity and rhythm. -

Into :the proved principle of Wide-Track ,(wheels farther apart for a
steadier stance) they've engineered an ingeniously improved .
suspension system. This combination of a firm foundation and supple
suspension gives you flawless control, more skill in. the fine art of
driving, smooth stability,'bump-)ielding softness.

The power plant is typically Pontiac. A wide range 6f restless, ground-
gaining power packages to choose from. All are husky V-8's, ranging
from the frugal 425E economy engine that prefers regular grade
gasoline to the fiery Tempest 425...;' "
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Isn't this your year to become a participant in Pontiac pleasure,
to move up to Pontiac ownership, where the enjoyment -is the fullest,
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-Look Ma.
Your baby can relax! -
No more pin-pricks from a
fumbling father, .o-?r-anxiou.
mother or baby sitter when
diapers are being changed!"
We can thank a Swiss in-
rventor. named
"'..., George de
-"" ."-- Me tral fo r
'.'.." coming u
With the idea
~of the Velcro
-- ?.-- !.( f a s t e ~n e r
-K. "" which is now
S~~making its ap-
,*PS pearance o n
;. countless
i: Hooks & Loops Am e r ican
S, products.
Did you 'ever walk across
country and have burrs stick
to your clothing? Inventor
de Mestral returned from a
hunting trip in the Swiss moun-
tains one day an got to thinking
about the annoying burdock
burrs that clung to his clothing
and his dog,.-Eamination under
a microscope showed the hun-
dreds of tiny hooks that grab-
bed into loops of thread or
animal hair.
Well, Velcro works the same
way but it
\ took the in- .-----
ventor nearly
ten years t o
-a p ly the
idea to the
new fastener.
There are two
strips of Du-
Pont nylon .
one is faced
with tiny ny- Lay diaper flat
.Ion hooks tabs on top
"(burrs); the other with tiny
* nylon loops. When pressed to-
gether, the hooks aand loops
lock -- and will not open until.
you peel them apart.
The introduction of .Velero on
the Presto Changoe diapers by
Riegel has made the greatest ad-


Housewives areFaili

Domestic Help to Soci
Many hou.sewives in 'thi area, are
siet reporting household ,help for


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Service



Phone 7-2001


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FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs
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Contracting II

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DIAL BAlI 7-4331


30 Members of Fire UnitAttend Meeting Held at White Cty Tower


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oiqswives think, nuarey con inued.
Upon request, Internal, Revenue Ser-
ice mails a report each quarter as
reminder. The report has the form
San envelope. The housewife en-
ir.s the worker's name, social se-
irrty number and 'total earnings.
he puts a check -or money order
n 'the pocket to cover the tax and
lails -the sealed envelope to the'
address already printed on it. The
ax rate is 2%,% for -employee and
2Y% for employer.
No detailed -bookkeeping Is re-
uired, Carey obnclnded.- The fact
liat a household worker is report-
d by anouther-employer makes 'no
difference in. reporting responsi-
ililty.
Proper reporting establishes ore-.
it for reir.ement, survivors. ant
disability insurance. For further in
formation, contact your.nearest so-
ial security off-ice. The office lor
his 'area is located ,at 1135 Harrl-
on Ave., Panama City.


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In case of any questions, we
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Good Woods Fire Reduction Record


.. iormsin., .
Stance in diaper history. They are G l f
the easiest diapers to put on. No -
pins, no snaps, no buttons, no
folding just touch the Velcro H
j- tapes to close,
'f.v \ lift to open.%
\'!'. They are pre, Approximately 30 members and
-'- folded and guests attended a meeting of-the
Ssewn with Gulf County -Forecst Fire Preven-
I four layers of
A heavy weight tion Commit tee last Thursday night
birdseye in at the fire .tower in -White City.
the center giv- The guests and members enjoyed-
.,/ ing extra ab-
o r bench a nsh UEPer with all the trim-
Diaper as usual where needed min-g, -
most. Most importantly, they Special guest -at the meeting were
air, adjustable in length and County Commusst o at the .E.. C eHard-
width to fitsnugly even as baby Couny Commissioa E. C Hard-
grows; plumper and livelier. en, Sr., A. J. Strickland, George
The Velcro tape does..not Cooper, Sheriff Byrd Parker. Judge
suffer at all when washed with S P. Husband a-nd Rep. Cecil G.
,the diapers --and it will last Costi .
the lifetime of the diaper. An Costin, Jr.
independent testing laboratory
opened and closed ,the. -new Following ithe dinner, Joe Schuck
fastener 32,000 times with .no of Tallahassee of t-'e-Foresiry.Ser-
,appreciable loss'.- in holding vice ITnvestigation Department pre-
poEversince an began to seated a short -talk and -a series of
wear clothes'. he g has been colored slides on inethOds .of de-
searcliingifor an ideal fastenrr. testing incendiary forest fires and
Thosra which have made their gahtering proof to place blame of
-appearance until now had
drawbacks they either pop- a blaze. -
ped off, got stuck or stuck you! Inhislecture, Schuck commended
Babids, who until now have
either got stuck or had to Gulf County for having -the lowest
sleep on, hard metal pins or fire occuranee in the State of Flor-
snap buttnort o,can now sleep in ida. While Gulf had only 34 fires&
together as if in 1958 -and 38 ,so far this year,
by magic .- the speaker 'pointed to' the good
wit h Velcro /^ record this year. Thb s-.peaker
fasteners. \pointed out ,that 63%'. of Gulf
If the
Americ a n a County's forest fires .this year were
diaper bri- caused by -lIghtning. The average
gade could but overhe ate is about 5 otte
express them- over the state is abut 5 ot
selves coher- total fires- caused by lightning.
ently on this Press tabs "Lightning fires can't be controlled
issue we'll for snug ,fit by man, and must be discounted
-wager they'd want to put up in arriving at your effectiveness
,a monument to de Mestral!



ng to Report ON DISPL

al Security Office
social security purposes. -
"'As little as $4 per week in aTm- ,p
'ings totaLs -more 'than $50 a quarter
and should be reported 'to the Di-
rector of internal 1Revenue!!,'Johr C .
V. Carey, -di-stric manager of the Pa-
nama 'City social -security office mWma
said this week. ,.
Reporting Is '-,easer than many
h~.0 ~ ~ ~ ~ I


at preventing fires as a committe-p". .- -
Speaking about incendiary fires, NOTICE Improvement Fund of the State of Floridax-
Sebuck said that only 5% of Gulf's of NOTICE ;b .et. gi.-n lhat the Trustees LeROY COLLINS, Governor
bhU U a ta only" % 102 lta' of the interra] impnromemt Fund of the Attest: Van H. Ferguson. Director -
fi'res were incendiary. The average State of FlordI,. pursuant ito law, wul ofier Trustes 1 I. i Fun.i t-9 24
". .Ifor sale. to-r otjotr,-,cs or "in the Board
over -the state is 40% of thee fires RBoom f tir.e ,',oenrs Office, Cap;tul NOTICE
caused b mpepnii.lar oi.yBtiodn "ThisBlding, Tiliaa-siee, Fl-orJa at 2:30 Iro., NOTICE Bheretb g,,-u t.Ir iA." trutees
( causedd by in.end ary action. T.i.. Octocr 27, 1959, the following: descriod of the Internal Improvement Fund of the
a"ea really shows your worth", the '"ad in 1.if County, Florida, to-wit: State of Florida, pursuant to law, will offer
File No. 478-23-253.12 for sle, for objections only, in the Board
speaker said.-, A p.- .rif ur,m I.-i lrd in St. )'-pb Ro.rem of the, Governor's Office, Capitol
In. his 'presentation of colored I 'jje s1~,..*n ,i. Tu"'nhip S S)uth, B eidg, rTiishe,. Florida, at 2:30 p.m.,
n. ,a ipre n .0t-g. colord12 W eS J t srJ e..--r,-:, 31, ilwih.p Oct.-ber 27, 159, rh- following *described
Slides Seoficuck -gave pictorial dem- S. -outrn, iRi- I ier, irh'rg EL.t;,-l. lands. in oulf County, Florida, to-wit:
Or aI d t-.u -t.- .: rinn L.:.r ; oL File No. 4;.--:J
oaabratJona of different methods a,. 3.et.:.n s, cnt:.rting 72.ub acres, A parcel of aubmcrged land in St. Joseph
.w r.t .. ...... i.r m,:re .r Ia. Bay, in Sections 15 and 22, Township 9
used by incendiaries 'to itarlt fires. I PA.W .ih '..ur,:d to pay tbhe aI- South, Range 11 West, lying Northerly
several -causes of accidental fires vertiing tbil l an.ld imdcrntiry stamps. ir7e of and abutting the East 644 64 feet 'f
S" e. 11 ria wl-rhe nrj, r. hil be suLJe.:t to Government Lot 1 of said Section 22,
and damages caused by these fires. 'the TIrutr.m er. .,; ur.t: therneei.1i 7', containing, 39.22 acres, more or less.
rh -- -' io., ,i N i--t *'.o '*:' t e .h-.l,. ,,r.rail sn. metdI srnd The Purchaser is required to pay the ad&-
Schouck said tlia-at a present, u5 50lc otr he p-t-lurrn trher.,n-i r roeria-ji.r ;tr,,g li and I'-. umertary stamps. The
O,f Florida's 67 Counties re protect- I Tr'tr. t tnreI improement s]-, .i .nri,. -ao m. -r-i l rt..a t-..j.:- i.
SFu. F ureJ, r. Onr, t ch- r 1.ht -.. rrelect an .y and rti TTUt.- .; e ,ni' it t, ri -n-l -: 7 '-
ed by-'the Forest Service and .sev- 'all b,.I .. the Fph-_-phate, n,_ncr and, ar .i til .r.
~~, ^ _*_ I B Y O R l',l C R : .- t r. : i ,;i I-- I It nr1er- m,' "-tl t, r :l- t ,: u t r .r r ,, .:. r ,J r .
eral more countiCs were expectednt impreme.nt .-ruo.d tr. Sttate of i The Trustees of the Internal impr.er.,nr.it
;to vote in foresi protection at -the Fiorn,. !-, F- I-, T, eI th r.crAt to reject any and
Si LRIY C,'-'LLELa, 1,.ce'Tror all bids.I
next .election. littrr. arn H. Feiiu_.:.r,, D,rector BY ORDER of the Trustees 'of the Inter-
S rustes 1. I Fin-j It-9'24. nal Improvement Fund of the. State .of
James T. McNeill, chairman of Florda LeROY COLLINS, Governor
the- Gulf County Forest .ire Pre-( \ NOTICE Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director
entin mmitte ,preidedOTIOCE ,a o e[ ,i ,'pr, .t.at the Traitee- Trustees I. I. Fund / 4t-9-24
vention Committee.presided over [.r rle t intrn inmpoieroeit Fund] or the -
the me ti o' t .if Flor;da, pursuanrt to. la-, -lt fer
Smetg :fo Ifr sale, for objections ,riy, in the B,-rd NOTICE
Clyde A. Fite, Educational Chair-I R,.:.,m ,A the ,Gpo, nor's- Office,' Capitol NOTICE is hereby given thit the Trustees
r- pa s se o. 5. e o Bu!..ldng, Tallahassee, Florida, at 2:3,) pm., of tbr-e intrnal inp..r.-:. mernt Fund 'of the
man passed out 150 pOSters for O't.:.ber 1 7, 1959, the following decrbed Stit,e of fl-,r; i.. ur-i,.r to law, -will .-f.:r
land-owners -to put up urging hun- 1r,i Gulf C:--ur, rFi.r;.i, t:wit: ,:r sile, ir oj'r~,,t. .:.uly, in the B,,ardI
Fl& No. 477-23-253.12 R.-.rI c itn, -..r.:'s Office, ('4p11
ters -to be careful with fir.e A parcel of ,t.n-n',..l l,, r. -.n St J.:.:_ph B_.'.1r. .. Tailinra -,. rilorida, ait 2:30 p.m.,
BaSr to sections 11 anri "3. ro..inp u O, ett.,r 2;, l1959, tr-,e following described
S9 Sutbh, R.ng 11 We:t. i,r g N.,.rr'her-. lands in iulf Cu.rr. Fil rida, to-wit:
ly )-, irlnd abuttirg tr,: W-.:- t 3- i- tr FrF e No. 4';-23-263 12
,! III __ -of' government Lot I of aa. S,:t.,r, 23, .1- par,:.dl i -ubrnege. land in Ir. J,:,.epbu
c...r irnrc .'2 27 i:r _', m:r-c or i.a; Ba'y n S-,-:t,-,ir, l5 5 nd 22, 7ow-n. 'ip 9
S The Purhase.r is requ.r.-:. t:. pal :ptb,: South, Range 11 \West. l' ,ir N.)rrher!y
aASS D A ri.g bhil anji d.:umerarirvi e uamr.; of and abutting tre west 6T7i fe.Et of
the ,6ie, i' and v-hen m,.iJ, hall be t. Government Lot 1 of s.i .:-t.:.n 2',
Je rt to the Trun t-te res.- ,r i Og rt.. rrj.:rr. i.:ri nr 3 w ,:r. rn.re o ,r l' .
Midget Investments With el of the p bsp'ifi.,- mlncri]--r.i.1 I- Pj r ; -- to i" t-i. a-I-
metals and 60v t or tr,- re ,tr-.lIe.un tr,.ron |vertising bl lr. -.,:um!rrr; stamps. Th-
or ihereunder. sale, if and when made, shall be subject to
i/ant Reft nTr, In irur'., ,i the 0ut1r1rit n, pr.;:icr.nr, ;the Trustees reserving unto themselves 75%
_"J ,r, d r-::er--' rth- riiBt t, r.,j-, t *r, an-ind of the r,1o:,pbif, r.,;r-,-fi- ",r a d metals and
all bid. 50% ot the Iritrrt.! toiri.i-n or thereunder.
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THE SUPERLATIVE '60 CHEVY



This is the one that says '60 like nd other car' From its clean-thrusting grille to its dapper rear

deck, there's so much that is new and different about this superlative Chevrolet it stands out
from the rest like a fresh-minted coin. And you'll be just as wide-eyed over what's inside-the

relaxing roominess, tasteful trim, hushed elegance, all comfortably cradled by Full Coil springs

at all four wheels. Yet, sumptuous as this new Chevy is, you'll find new economy of operation, new

dependability, new longer life. Here, then, we're confident both you and your budget will joyously

agree, is the nearest to perfection a low-priced car ever came!


Here's the car that introduces
a whole new decade.of design
-with so much that's new
and different the other ones
can- only hope to come close.
It's the superlative'60 Chev-
rolet-with new space in-
side, new spirit under the
hood, new 'splendor in
every clean-etched line.
Freshly shaped contours rake
back from the unified new
grille to the jaunty rear deck,
' fitted with craftsmanship
you'd expect only -on the
most expensive makes. In-
side, there's room to sprawl
in, room to sit tall in'-
'generously provided by
Chevy's sofa-wide seats and


extra margin of hat space.
And there's even more leg
room for the man in the
middle-thanks to the way,
'Chevrolet engineers have
shaved down the trans-
mission tunnel.
Out on the road, as Chevy's
Full Coil ride will persuade
you most gently, there's not
a car near the price that
comes close to the hushed
comfort of this one. And,
adding to your sense of
silence and solidity are
thicker, newly designed
rubber body mounts that
do an even more efficient job
of filtering out road shock,
,tire hum and vibration.


Quiet,- quick-responding
power is provided by a
choice of two -standard en-
gines-Chevy's famed Hi-
Thrift 6 and a new Econ-
omy Turbo-Fire V8 that
gets up to 10% more miles
out of a gallon of regular
while delivering greater en-
gine torque at normal speeds.
Chevy's accent on comfort
and convenience even ex-
tends back to.its easier-to-
load (and tremendous)
luggage compartment.
You'll also find a convenient
new parking brake that auto-
matically returns to normal
height after application, a
new'clutch linkage that filters


out even the smallest engine
impulses more effectively
than ever and a trim new
two-toning motif that's avail-
able on all 16 fresh-minted
models.
But, impressive as all this
may look in print, there's
really only one way to tell
how near to perfection this
superlative '60 Chevrolet
actually comes ... and that's
to drop in on your dealer
and drive one!


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959

Fund reserve the right to reject any-and'all
bids. .
BY ORDER of the-Trustees of the- Inter.
nal Improvement Fund of the State of Flor,
LeROY COLLINS, Governor
Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director
Trustees I I. LFund 4t-9-24-
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Fund of the
State of Florida, pursuant to law, will offer
f.:r sale, for objections only, in the Board
R.:..,m of the Gorrnor's Office, Capitol Build-
,-. T'allariabs .. Florida, at 2:30 p;m.,
,:-t:,.r 27, 1hit, the fol:-wLing descrAbed
lands in Gulf- County, Florida, to-wit:
.Ile No. 479-23-253.12
A pii,. l ca u t.m.-rg,.d land in St. Joseph
Bay-in Sections a and 22, Township .9
South, Range 11 Wet, lying Northerly
of and abutting :e ,~.'-, of Governmena
Lot 2 and all of Ouvernment Lot. 8 in
said Section 22, c.:,rrtsnmfg 94.68 acre,
more or less.
The Purchaser a required to pay the ad-
vertising bill and dnrumentary strmps. The
sale, if and when made, shill be subject to
the Trustees reserving unto themselves 765%
of the ph.:.6patre, minerals and metals -and
50% c-i rTn' p-troiEumn thEreOn.or thereunder.
The Tru,te~s .-.f the Internal Improvement
Fund reerve the right to reject any and
all bids.
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the Inter-
riA Improvement Fund of the State of Flor-
ida.
V LeROY COLLINS, Governor
Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director
Trustees, L I. Fund -4t;9-4-




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9 PC. BEDROOM SUITE COMPLETE
.Varm Walnut Finished Bedroom Suite Priced to fit the Homemak.
ers Budget. -
Consisting oft Coi Springs
* I ir Double Dresser C 2Col Springs
rne 20x36 Mirror *e 2 Vanity Lamps 1
Sinnerspring Matress CHEST AVAILABLE AT 29.95 ;I


Strain Style & Quality
S Since 1919 -
COMPLETE ARRAY OF DINETTES
Choice: chrome set with oblong style table, 30x40x48 In,,
with 4 upholstered chairs; or black, bronze or pewter set
with newest round-top table. 36x36x48 in. with 4 chairsal
17 STYLES ana COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM


Pc5 $55.oo
Pieces *


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We're So Excited About The


Furniture Purchase We Have Just Made We Can't
Wait To Tell You About It
Our Sample Suites Will Be On Display Tomorrow


I BIG Double Dresser With Framed
Mirror -.Deep Drawer Chest
, Compartment Bed
. STYLED IN THE TRADITION OF
CRAFTSMEN IN RICH GRAINED
WOODS, ACCENTED WITH THE
* BRILLIANT TONES OF THE
, ANTIQUE "GOLDEN MAPLE"
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T Double Drop Leaf Round Table
Buffet- Arm Chair -3 Side Chairs
rare combination of beauty, service and utility .in this dining room
group with the big 48" buffet, the double. drop leaf round table (plenty
of room for lots of people, yet fits into a small space when not in
use). The chairs serve' well most any place in the home when needed.
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Sofa Bed
Platform Rocket lovely group of-'Early American print$
are available for your selection.,
A comfortable sofa by day -- and a bed by night .. Plus the relaxing, comfortised platform rocker.
These pieces are also perfectly fitted with the bedroom and dining room groups ( Especially where
the living room and dining room are connected ). This suite also makes an excellent den group.


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THE STAR. Port St.. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959


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Published bY
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN .BOYLE8, Owner
22 REID AVE. OCIRT ST. JOE, FLA.
IA7-42615


PHONE MALL .
R. GLENN-BOYLES Editor
-Associate Editors YOU-ALL
"Dedieatedt0p. Better Selling mixed with a
lIttle fan"!
S : :.. OYLES
STORE. PERSONNEL
mRLMA-M. BOYLES Manager
GUY'N. MIDDLETON __...Men's and Boys' \\ear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL -.-.- Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL '-7. Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS


NEWS FROM


OAK GROVE
By VIVIAN. RAY
Phone BAlI 7-7984 "

A: birthday dinner was given in
honor 'of Mrs. Stella Norris -at her
.'home recently. Those attending
were -Mr. and Mrs. James and
daughters Wanda Jean and Linda
Fa-ye of Panama City, Mr. anid Mrs.
Allen Norris and children of Apala-
chicola and Mr. and Mrs. Vdrlin
Norris. and daughter Romanea of
-'this city..
Mr. and Mrs. Gleveland Hall had
as their :guests Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. N. G. Fears and children.
Mrs. June .Norris honored her
Sunday school class ,wirh a party
Monday. Those attending were Sue
Kennedy, Jan Stripling, Ann John-


churchh, was presented a beautiful
piece 'of luggage.
-M. s ". C. Forehand presided
aat the punch bowl as .the ,guests
called -during -th- appointed hour.,


"son, Lola Ray, Joanna Marie dum,. Ta
Donald Wayne Ray, Diane Gwalt- Youth Worker Surprse Tea honors
ney, Dorothy Jean 'Snell. Thre-. .. I"
freshmentsthat were s ed con- at FirS Methodist Mrs., 01 a embers
listed of hot dogs, cookies and ..- ...
--' ,Edwin F.. Jernigan, -.conference T.he 1iiahid View Methodist,
Miss Mary Cathryn Couiner..-, youth worked from. Montgomery, Cihur.it -was the scene Tuesday
the -ek end guest o. Miss Peggy Ala., vill teach a. course n lea- niaht f or a iurri-',. ta honoring
Ann Haskin. Miss- Conner returned de.shi` of yot at',the Fir' Me- Mrs Selma- Laihmberon.
to her home in Wewahit bka.Sun- ,thodist Church of Port St. Joe. Mrs. L3rjl.er-,u. .prluiiMt for the
day afternoon. The'course will be heM Octtober
Mrs. Cnrnie-Gav had as-er gu; .5,, -6; 7 from 7 till 9 p.m. Al.teach-.i-.. ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Friday, Mrs. Hanlon and Mrs. Dru- ers, associate- teachers, leaders EPISCOPAL ,
ry of Panama City. and counselors and other person;. Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
Mrs. Conni Gay bad as her guest in.tres.ted in Methodist Youth work il- ., ., O
Wednesday, Mrs. Mashun from are..urged to .attend this special h unda, ter Trinity, to-
Wewahitchka : railing -course. b r 1;. 7:. .. C. ar.tiun of the
... -- .Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., Church
Shoi. l:00f-a.m. Mirang prayer
V is it in A la b a m a .. In H. o sp ita l s.. : S o. : m. h pra.-
Mr. and Mrs. A. E: Joines.visited. James Traweek; science teacher and- sermon 6:.u. pm The Episco-
Mr. and Mrs. 1J.L... Riley in Hart- at Port St. Joe High, School, is a lpa Jr Chu -hmi
ford, Ala., last week end: Mr Riley patient in the BaPpti;t .Hospital in .Th. public is :ordially invited to
f d, A P w orshi.p w ith us. and i assured of
is Mrs Join' brother. Pensacola. wor lt and asuredof
: .. u warm, welcome.


Again, Boyles Stages Your Favorite

Sale. ... Dollar Days!. Come Today!
Yes, Dollar Days take the spotlight at Boyles this week It's
*- -a sensational, fast moving. Selling Event and proof of undisputed lea-
dership in value giving at Boyles 'Department Store. We suggest you
carefully read our Special Dollar Days advertisement, overshadow-
irg, and appearing separately from this column. Tune in on WJOE
each morning at 8 and 9 a.m. for more details.
Congratulations, Coach Craig and team! The 'ole fight paid
off against Walton Friday night just as we predicted. It's a winning
team here on out! Did you know that my wife, Erlma, was the first
casualty? Just as we were getting settled on the cheering bench a
pigskin from' the field popped her square on the head. It looked as
if she would pass'out for a minute but the 'ole fighting spirit brot
a quick recovery. (My wife is like.the Sharks.. no give upI) We
gratefully report the following incident: A thoughtful, friendly cus-
tomer brings my wife a fragrant cutting of gardenias regularly and
recently brought her a rooted plant which we are carefully nursing
on the lawn. My wife puts the cutting in a coca-cola bottle on the
wrapping counter at the store. The delightful and unmatched odor
seems to make selling and buying easier and more pleasant. I won-
der if this kind person realizes that she is bringing the melody and
beauty of this-favorite flower to many others as well as Mry wife.
You deserve thanks for your thoughtfulness. This makes me wonder
just how much we are missing in this age 'of speed arid cold wars?
How much are we overlooking the.simple, natural beauties in life,
anid in the big rush failing to think the little, kind thoughts that
produce pleasure and happiness -for ourselves and others? I'll think
it over
It's interesting to' observe the newcomers to Port .St. Joe and
occasionally we have the opportunity -to get acquainted with some
of these folks. The Tattler just happened to drop in at the Gulf
Station at St. Joe Motor Co. on the way to Creech Bros. with a pair
of pants. Had a pleasant chat with Mr. Greynolds, a recent comer
to St. Joe from Columbus,. Ohio. Told us he was married, has one
daughter and lives in a big trailer In the Oak Grove area. It's really
good to see people looking towards St. Joe and we're hoping they'll
find out quickly that many fine, friendly folks live here. Methinks
the number of bur friends is commensurate with our efforts to be
a friend. Appears it just don't happen any other wayl Well, meet
your friends this week-at Boyles Big Dollar Days Sale. ,We'll do our
best-to-make our service friendly and our (values really worth your
while. S'long 'til next week. ,RGB.
P. 8.--From the Evening News, Sault Ste. Marie, -Mich.,-."Always
do the right thing: those you cannot please, you will at least sur-
prise." .


Drivers Urged To Get Cars Serviced

Now ForCold Weather Ahead

Getting a car servicedd for win- repairing their cars is all -that it
ter driving is .a well-established should -be. This he attributes to
custom with most car owners, and the fact that people have a bigger
it is one of the things that auto- dollar investment in their cars than
motive service and repair establish- ever: before;L are inclined to keep
ments are happy to take .care of, them longer; and don't want to jeo-
but they will -admit confidentially pardize- their investment for the
that -they .wish more ear owne-rs doubtful saving of a few odd cents
would do it -.arly Instead of join- on products of unknown worth. Ac-,
I. ng in a' general stampede .for ser- tually in most service work the
viee at the -first cold snap. labor cost is, far more than :the
"There's good reason for. he ser- eost of quality parts.
vice-repair trade to feel this way," ,
We know that our own business
says -C. R. Lam-berson, owner of
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Inc., 'be- 'has increased at a. mor-Trapid rate
cause it is a situation -that is get- for the past few -years than- he
ting worse, year by year. Every parts business as a whole. We
year. our car .population is bigger. -know, that .this is also true of
COars are becoming more complex. N-A-P-A Jobbers, fcan supply from
And for- every skilled mechanic our own stock (practically every-
;there are more. cars to take care thing any shop needs, for. any make
-'of ,today than there were just a of car, with n'ationally-adver ised
-few years back." products of genuine quality-all of
.them identified _by the N-A-P-A
"These [people like to do. a thor- 'Assurance of Quality' Seal. This
ough job, and their customers seal' is authorized and backed by
want them to, but when ipoet of -the -nation's largest independent
their customers descend on them parts organization, and during ithe
the -same day, and want their 'car 20 years since its adoption has be-
that evening, it is a physical 1Im- come recognized as a -symbol of
possibility." -, genuine quality through proof in
As an example, .Mr. Lamberson performance, :and years of nation-
points out that in Port. St. Joe and al advertising. The other *reason is


surrounding area there are approxi-
mately. 4,500. c ia and trucks but
only 25- service-repair establish-
ments of all kinds. In the- course of
two or t-hree weeks, they could
comfortably :take care of: all re-
quirmeents. To try to' condense
this into a f.ew days, he says, J.i
different.
"That's -why", he continued, "as
the N-A-P-A Jobber in Port St. Joe,
we'and 2800 other N-A-P-A Jobbers
throughout the country, are -mak-
ing -an effort to get -car owners
everywhere to check,- right now
with their favorite service-Tepair
-shop and schedule their pre-Win-
::ter inspection and servicing before


that we save the time of mechan-
ics, who are needed on :tho job at
hand instead of shopping from
place to place for parts ,that are
-needed. In 90 per -cent of the cases,
we have them in stock. In the oth-
Or cases, we can get them over-
night, or quicker, from the nearest
of the 45 N-A-P-A Warehouses
which blanket ,the country."
. During -the nest month, St. Joe
Auto Parts, is inviting all repair-
men to call at their stbre at 112
Monument .Ave., in Port St. Joe,.
to .see .how they -ban save time f.or
themselves,-and the car owners f
this community. For a 'sample of
what you can see in -their own


it becomes -an emergency.". .store,. Mr. Lamberson suggests that
Another interesting observation you look for the N-A-P-A Parade
.made by. Mr. Lamberson in this of Parts advertisement in the Oc-
connection is that car-owners seem tober 3 issue of The .Saturday Eve-
to be more interested than former- ning Post. (Adv.)
lyI.n i knowing that the quality of --
the parts and materials used in GO TO CGURCH S'UNDAY


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Well-meaning people frequently offer
friends medical advice and suggest
remedies for illnesses. Their recom-
mendations may be worthless or
even dangerous. Don't take chances
with .your precious health... take
the advice of your doctor. When he
prescribes, bring your prescriptions
to us... for the best possible
,service.

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Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP ,and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501. -


WALL PAPER
ALL TYPES and KINDS
For Use In Every Room
NOW AVAILABLE AT
EELLS FIRESTONE STORE
.228 Ried Avenue
P.S.-We ,recommend H. F. Bar-
bee ,to do a neat job. 8t-9-17


Shotgun Shell Sale
Will Run Thru
October 3
Instead of October 10
or 'until present supply of
shells runs out

EELLS
FIRESTONE STORE


104 BAYVIEW DRIVE


WANTiD T6 R N- ; TO
0 AD room furnished a Otmet or
'house. Couple, no e6tlie6fl, Phone
1 7121. l4tc


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom faknDiAi
cottages. $45 per month. JAUftr-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tie
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a part -
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fan.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. WI-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach. $60.00
per conth. Phone 7-7521 or see Bill
Carver. 3tp-9-17
FOR SALE: Hunter window fan.
Cost $140.00 new. In good condi-
tion. Heavy duty. $50.00. The Star
Phone 7-3161.
S FOR SALE
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir-
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's
equity.
4 new bomes being built on Bel-
lamy Circle. FHA financing. To be
completed within next 30 dajs.
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small
down payment. Small monthly pay-
ments.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741


HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom
home at St. Joe Beach 90 ft. off
highway 98. Immediate occupancy.
$250.00 down and $50.00 a month.
Call Johnston PO 3-2831, Panama
City. lOtp-8-27
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air
4-door sedan. Air conditioned and
loaded. Reasonable. See E. Tom
Pridgeon at Pridgeon Insurance
Agency.
FOR SALE: 1954 2-door Victoria
Ford, radio and heated. 1 owner


FOR SALE: 32 toot 0abin cruiser.
,$2,200. 12. hp. Chrysler crown
engine, 2 bunks, head and galley,
ship to shore radio, engine and hull
perfect. See Jack Hammock or
Bill Carr. tfc-10-1
MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
1 bedroom furnished iapts. $40.00
oper month. 2 bedroom furnished
'apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month.
2 -unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50.00 per month. Residential and
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for
sale, good income, terms.
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta.
Panama City, Fla.
OR SALE: Two bedroom house
overlooking Gulf at St. Joe Beach.
Will' trade for unimproved land.
Call or write Bert Davenport, Box
,109&, aanama CRlty, Florida. PO
3-2831. Itp
PART TIME SALESMAN
"Man wanted in Port St. Joe, Fla.
to earn $5,000.00 @pr year and iup.
Sell Amco all -steel galvanized life-
time fence. Sold with NO DOWN
PAYMENT. Low monthly pay-
ments. Written Guarantee, by lar-
gest independent company in U.S.
A. No experience necessary. We
train you. No investment required.
Start -earning $100.00 per week
strictly ,part time and give your"
family .better things, *in 11fe. Write
qualifications: Amco Mobile Fence
Co. 1930 St. Stephens Road, Mobile,
Ala. ATTENTION: Jack W. Thom-
as. 2tc-10-1
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
house. Hardwood floors, closed
carport, 'landscaped. 905 Garrison
Ave. 4tc


car. Can be seen at St. Joe Auto
Parts Co. tfc-9-24 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
WILL GIVE AWAY 3 lovely kittens ,quick expert service. ttfc
about 3 'mos. old. If Interested
call at 'Baltzell dottage,' Hghway WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
'98, Beacon Hill. If I am not at the STHE AME.RICAN LEGION. Meet
somite kitene. ome In and ingirstandthird Thursday nights
0some kitten. I -tp '.-. Amerilcan Legion Home.


'FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
'at 1506 Long Ave. Call BAll
7-5426.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
1304 Palm Blvd. Will sell wth. or
without furniture. Call 7-7451 after
5:00 p.m. I4tp
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built
house. Mexico Beach. Phone
9-1113, W. Buckloh. tfc-10-1


FOR RENT: 'Furnished garage ap-
artment. Adults only. 1015 Monu-
ment Ave. Call 7-7396. Itc
FOR RENT: Nice 6-room house
with bath, hot and cold water.
Large yard .and garden. At Over-
street. See Mrs. Hardy at Over-
street P. 0. tfc-10-1


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets firat and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend.
Noble Grandi Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings 'at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St. Meeting night every
other Monday.


THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first aidd
third Thursday at 8:00 .p.m.

ED McFARLAND, W. M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secretary ,
All Master Masons cordially idvit4dd


World Wide
Communion Sunday
On this first Sunday in October,
our Lord calls us to His attar to
share with millions 'of -people
around the world the sacred obser-
vance of World Wide Commiunion.
In this universal experience of
dedication 'and Christian devotion,
we bow our hearts humbly before
Him. We arise aware of that unity
of spirit that lives in communion
with God 'through Christ.
The peace of consecrated fellow-
shi.:p floodss our minds ,to deepen
the conviction that this is God's
world, tast HIe is interested -in
what we are and do, and that He
calls us to be laborers, together
in forwarding the cause 'of His
Kingdom.
In ithe presence of mne Cross,
and at ithe altar of God's house,
with the cup in our hands, we see
clearly the impelling implications

BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Daniel Din-
gal announce the birth of a son,
Joseph Lee on. September 24.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon Lane
announce the birth of a daughter,
Wendy Ruth on September 25.
. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Linton
announce ithe birth of a son, Mar-
vin Stephen on September 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McLeod
announce ,the birth of a son, Timo-
thy Palmer on September 27.


'of discipleship. To have the power
of a transforming faith we must
share the news of God's redeeming
love in Christ.
As we "draw near with faith"
this day, let us remember to give
ourselves in service 'to mankind.


Mrs. Fuller Honored
With Shower Monday
Mrs. James Fuller was the -hon-,
oree Monday afternoon at -a tea
shower given by Mrs. Herbert
Brown, Mrs. Herman Dean, Mrs.
Ohauncey Costin, Mrs. Morgan
Jones, Mrs. Walter Duren and Mrs.
J. L. Sharit, held in the social room
of -the First Methodist Church.
Approximately 75 'guests called
during the afternoon.
-A color theme of green, white,
and pink prevailed. A large wed-
ding bell filled with pink and white
carnations graced the punch table
which was laid with a white linen
cloth.
Mrs. Fuller was beautifully at-
-tired in an aqua dress featuring a
corsage of yellow carnations.

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5
Roast pork with brown: gravy,
rice, cabbage el-aw, candied sweet
'potatoes, white *bread, and -milk.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6
Barbecue weiners, buttered pota.
toes, snap beans, coconut cake,.
wheat bread and milk.


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7
Mr. and Mrs. Preston L. Baxter Ham'burgers, buttered corn, ,sll-
announce the birth of a daughter, oed tpomat6es, onions and pickles,
Terry' Jean on September 27. fresh apples and milk.
.I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8
GO TO CHURCH- SUNDAY Fried chicken, rice, English peas,
banana pudding, white bread and
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of milk.
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- Macaroni and cheese, green bu'-
ing -brothers welcome. Robert L. c rea, .
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R. t.r beast, tossed salad, chocolate
Malge, Secretary. ice cream, white bread and milk.


HIGHLAND VIEW, FLA.


ATTENTION STUDENTS
Grades 7-12 -- It's football time again and
Time again for the Original




P SHARK SCORE BOARD

Brought to You Again This Year with Fun for All!
-- LAST WEEK'S WINNER
BYRON W. EELLS, III
Pick up your Free Entry Blank at our Store.
Watch The Star for each week's winner



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RICH'S


AT WHITE CITY
STORE HOURS: 7:30 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.


WONDER BAR RESTAURANT
HIGHWAY 98

Under New Management

NANCY THOMPSON

WATCH FOR OUR SPECIALS EACH WEEK END
Specializing In


STEAKS


SEAFOODS


-- Good Food At Reasonable Prices --


McCULLOCH

ONE/80 Chain Saw

Store's the Number One chain saw in the big
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drive ONE/80. Available with straight bar or
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p Brute force lugging power
3:1 gear ratio
Bars up to 44"
15" plunge bow
Pintail Chain
Tortured-tested for
dependability


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PLAYER'S STORE


LYNART STUDIO



NOW OPEN

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same size and first quality prints in one day and the cost is only


82c

We Also Give Fast Service on Color Photos
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or your family
If You Would Like A Portrait Sitting


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Phone 7-3191 412 Monument Ave.


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